How do I find the Heater blower motor in a 2007 Honda Odyssey? on 2007 Honda Odyssey

My kids put coins into the air vents and they have apparently slipped into the blower motor causing the front fans not to work at all.

by in Nashville, TN on September 22, 2011
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ANSWER by on September 22, 2011
The connector to the blower motor overheats and melts causing the blower motor to quit working. Replace the blower motor, transistor and replace the connector and both wires as well. Is located behind glove compartment under the p/s dash. Sometimes the connector is melted and may not have anything to do with the coins.
COMMENT by on September 22, 2011
Thank you for your reply. I removed the blower motor and it appeared to be fine. The connector and connector wires also appeared to be fine. Nothing looked to be melted. I pulled the fuse and plugged it back in and re-installed the blower motor and plugged the connector back in. It still doesn't work and may be beyond my abilities to fix it. If you have any further suggestions, please let me know. I am not sure what to look for when talking about the transistor. Could that be the ultimate problem? Is it easy to remove and replace? Thanks again! I really do appreciate the quick and thoughtful response.
COMMENT by on September 22, 2011
May need the blower resistor. The part is under the passenger side dash. At the far front of the compartment (in front of the glove box). It maybe takes 30 minutes to swap out. Most of the time will be spent getting the right-side screw because will need shortie screwdriver. The correct resistor is determined by LX or EX models because of auto temp control. Good to see my friend Roy here too.
COMMENT by on September 22, 2011
nice to see you back ron Roy

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